Definition of "unsubduable" [unsubduable]

  • That cannot be subdued; indomitable. (adjective)

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Use "unsubduable" in a sentence
  • "Mask them all, and the mere turn of the head would have shown an unsubduable nature."
  • "Her eyes were of the Oriental type, -- full, heavy-lidded, ambushed in thick, black lashes, -- themselves dark and unfathomable as the long night of mystery which hangs over the history of her wild and wandering race, those unsubduable, unseducible children of Nature, -- the voluntary Pariahs of the world."
  • "Such was the "unsubduable old Roman," Walter Savage"